Suppressing Javascript error dialog box (scripting edition)

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goog0l
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Suppressing Javascript error dialog box (scripting edition)

Post by goog0l » Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:13 am

Hey guise,

I'm getting this idiotic (and irrelevant to me) javascript error message every time I run a loop on this certain website, in the scripting edition. :x
I have to close the dialog box and continue with my work.

For your reference, here's a screenshot of the error I'm talking about- Image

Any way that I can suppress this error? Any help would be really appreciated. :)
daveaton
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Re: Suppressing Javascript error dialog box (scripting editi

Post by daveaton » Sat Oct 16, 2010 3:56 pm

Hi.

Well support is going to tell you that you need to change your IE settings to get rid of these.. but that's a bunch of bunk, well at least for me on windows 7 using the Imacros browser I have to program to close them.

like this...

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ONERRORDIALOG BUTTON=YES CONTINUE=YES


or if your script works with having these errors clicked yes such as javascript or ajax you could do this.

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SET !ERRORIGNORE YES

Here is the docs for your problem.. and how to handle other dialog problems...

http://wiki.imacros.net/Browser_Automation#Page_Errors


Not sure why support keeps telling people to modify the IE settings because Imacros may use some of IE but it's clearly different and it's not following the rules that IE does all the time. I have pulled my hair out on this one also! :mrgreen:

Thanks,
David
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bugmenot666
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Re: Suppressing Javascript error dialog box (scripting editi

Post by bugmenot666 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 7:08 pm

I totally agree. Even with script debugging turned off IE and the onerrordialog button set correctly, some javascript errors on huge sites (like facebook) still ruin what should be a smooth macro run. I see it all the time. Imacros needs to be fixed to handle this, you are not the only pretty girl in town anymore. Maybe it is doable to abandon IE as browser altogether? It seems to be the root of some of the evil.
Tom, Tech Support
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Re: Suppressing Javascript error dialog box (scripting editi

Post by Tom, Tech Support » Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:01 pm

You can also make sure the "Disable script error notifications" option is checked in the iMacros Browser options (available since v7.20):
iMacros Browser Options.png
Regards,

Tom, iMacros Support
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